Anarchy as a journey in the human story has a long and crazy road. In fact, it is where the Human Story begins. It is the story of human life BEFORE the advent, the institutionalization of The Muthafuckas. Topics: anarchist, black panther
Anarchy as a journey in the human story has a long and crazy road. In fact, it is where the Human Story begins. it is the story of human life BEFORE the advent, the institutionalization of The Muthafuckas. Topics: anarchist, black panther
KPFK 90.7 FM kicks off its December Fund Drive today as we fight to keep community radio on the air in Los Angeles. Please donate what you can and keep this station in healthy and alive. KPFK asks the questions that other stations won't. Listeners like you are our only means of support, and it's your interest we seek to serve. Call 1(818) 985-0230 or go to KPFK.org to donate now Topics: Black Panther, KPFK, Fund Drive
excrept from a speech when the leader of the New black Panther Party suggests that African-Americans imitate what were south African methods to overcome racial oppression Topics: New black Panther Party, racism
A one hour special conversation with Ericka Huggins, one of the few women leaders of the Black Panther Party. Her husband was shot down on the UCLA campus and she spent two years in solitary confinement for a crime she did not commit. Topics: Ericka Huggins, Black Panther Party, COINTEL PRO
Let us show you something beautiful this week on the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! After waking Ben from his fangasm-induced coma, he, Bryan, and Tazer all discuss the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer as well as the announcement of Marvel’s Phase Three of their Cinematic Universe and the accompanying casting news as well. This week in reviews, Ben approaches the bench with She-Hulk #9, Bryan mocks the elderly with Avengers #37, and Tazer is disappointed by Guardians of the Galaxy #20.... Topics: Ultron, Pinocchio, Marvel, Black Panther, Phase 3
This pamphlet presents to you the writing of former Black Panther Party member Michael Cetewayo Tabor. It was written in 1969, when he was being framed in the New York Panther 21 case. Ceteway, or "Cet" as he was affectionately called, was a shining example of the..."X" factor. He, like Malcolm, demonstrated powerfully that even the brother and sister off the block, the outlaw, the welfare addict, the dope fiend, gangmember, etc could shake off the chains of addiction and... Topics: Black Panther Party, addiction, heroin, substances, drugs
Black Panther Party, Zionist Racism in the Knesset and the Winnipeg General Strike 5/28/09 Seeing Red Radio is Grassroots Media with a Revolutionary Socialist perspective, broadcast on WXOJ-LP 103.3 FM, Northampton, MA every Thursday 8 PM www.seeingredradio.org Topics: Black Panther Party, Israel, Labor Action
Alondra Nelson presents her book detailing the radical health activism of the Black Panther Party. Recorded March 7th, 2014 at Red Emma's in Baltimore. Topics: Black Panther Party, Health Activism, Radical History
Actuality of testimony from Kingman Brewster; Henry Mayer; Sam Brown; Price Cobbs; and Huey Newton, Black Panther Party co-founder, before the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence.BROADCAST: WBAI, 2 Dec. 1968. PART 1 of 2 (75 min.) BB3209A Pacifica Radio Archives. Topics: pacifica, panther, black, black panther, newton, violence, revolution
Actuality of testimony from Kingman Brewster; Henry Mayer; Sam Brown; Price Cobbs; and Huey Newton, Black Panther Party co-founder, before the Presidential Committee on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. BROADCAST: WBAI, 2 Dec. 1968. Part 2 of 2. BB3209b Pacifica Radio Archives. Topics: pacifica, panther, black, black panther, newton, violence, revolution
THOOM reviews the comic books "Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe and talks about why there is still no Black Panther movie. Topics: THOOM, Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Black Panther Movie, #WeNerdHard
Vol. 5 #1 Winter 2008; updates on the Jena 6, the MOVE 5, an article on black theology and a back page endorsement of Barack Obama Topics: racism, antisemitism, black nationalism, new black panther party
We rebroadcast a special in-studio interview with Ericka Huggins about her life as a civil rights activist and Black Panther. Ericka Huggins was an African-American activist and founder of the Black Panther Party in New Haven, Connecticut at the time of The New Haven Black Panther trials. She is currently an professor at Laney & Berkeley City College in Bay area. Topics: Black Panther, Ericka Huggins, African American, New Haven, Civil Rights
Presenting here are Professor Angela Davis' initial lectures for "Recurring Philosophical Themes in Black Literature," her first course at UCLA, taught during the Fall Quarter of 1969. At the time she was beginning a two-year appointment as Acting Assistant Professor in Philosophy, an appointment duly recommended by the Department of Philosophy and enthusiastically approved by the UCLA Administration. The first of the two lectures was delivered in Royce Hall to an audience of over... Topics: Black Panther Party, University of California, oppression, philosophy
A Dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of: DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in HISTORY OF CONSCIOUSNESS Topics: communism -- United States, black nationalism, Black Panther Party
Edited transcript of talk given by Ashanti Alston at Hunter College on Oct. 24, 2013. Alston, was a former member of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, describes his encounter(s) with anarchism. He touches upon some limitations of older visions of anarchism, the contemporary relevance of anarchism to black people, and some of the principles necessary to build a new revolutionary movement. Topics: Black Anarchism, Black Panther Party, Black Liberation Army, Anarchism
Introducing: The Sensational Black Panther! Note: We like our language NSFW salty, and there be spoilers here... Face Front, True Believers! The fabulous Fantastic Four are trapped in the incredible realm of... "The Black Panther!" Also featuring: the way-out and wonderful Wyatt Wingfoot! It had to be told... as only mighty Marvel could tell it, by Smilin' Stan Lee & Jolly Jack Kirby! Episode art tumblr here! Excelsior! Visit The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast blog for more visuals... Topics: Black Panther, Fantastic Four, Inhumans, Marvel Comics Podcast
The searing, visionary memoir of founding Black Panther Huey P. Newton, in a dazzling graphic packageEloquently tracing the birth of a revolutionary, Huey P. Newton's famous and oft-quoted autobiography is as much a manifesto as a portrait of the inner circle of America's Black Panther Party. From Newton's impoverished childhood on the streets of Oakland to his adolescence and struggles with the system, from his role in the Black Panthers to his solitary confinement in the Alameda County... Topics: Huey Newton, Black Panther, Revolution, Socialism, Black Power, Struggle
Arrests are made at OccupyRiverside, we get the latest update. And musician and activist Boots Riley of the Coup joins us on OccupyOakland. The EU and bankers step up pressure on Greece resulting in the resignation of Prime Minister Papandreaou after he angered France and Germany by calling for a national referendum on austerity measures pushed by the EU. Will the Greek people bow to pressure from the 1%? And part two of our conversation with Ericka Huggins, one of the few women leaders of the... Topics: Occupy, arrests, wall street, Greece, Ericka Huggins, Black Panther Party, Bobby Seal
In 1970, the feds framed Eddie Conway for the murder of a Baltimore City Police officer. He was 24 years old. They threw him in prison, took him away from his family, his friends, and his organizing, and tried to relegate him to a life marked by nothing but legal appeals, riots and lockdowns, transfers from one penal colony to the next. But they failed. Join us for the Baltimore release of Eddie Conway's autobiography, Marshall Law: The Life and Times of a Baltimore Black Panther! Featuring... Topics: Marshall Law, Eddie Conway, Baltimore, Black Panther, Political Prisoner, AK Press, 2640 Space, Red...
Excerpt from "Marshall Law: The Life and Times of a Baltimore Black Panther," by Marshall Eddie Conway and Dominique Stevenson. Topics: Marshall Eddie Conway, Dominique Stevenson, Marshall Law, Baltimore, Black Panther Party, Maryland...
Excerpt from "Marshall Law: The Life and Times of a Baltimore Black Panther," written by Marshall Eddie Conway and Dominique Stevenson. Topics: Marshall Eddie Conway, Dominique Stevenson, Marshall Law, Baltimore, Black Panther Party, Maryland...
On this week's show... * We take a look at the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party * We hear how the new Right to Know law in India is empowering people to challenge corruption * Stories about the gaming task force in Pittsburgh and news from Palestine * and more in our local and global headlines Topics: Rustbelt Radio, Black Panther Party, India, Sunshine, right to know, casinos, Pittsburgh,...
Ben Turke, from Red Bird Prison Abolition speaks about the Ohio State Prison prisoner hunger strikes. Tory Pegram speaks on the case of the Angola Three, and the upcoming court case for Albert Woodfox, one of these wrongfully accused political prisoners. Plus: news briefs on Canadian prisons. Topics: prisons, black panther party, angola three, angola 3, jail, hunger strike, human rights
In this interview, Naji Mujahid speaks to Charlotte O'neil on the passing of Geronimo Ji Jaga Pratt and his work in Tanzania during his last years. Geronimo was a former leader in the Black Panther Party and also a former political prisoner in the US. After being targeted by the FBI through their Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO), he was falsely imprisoned for almost 30 years until he was able to prove his innocence and the governments trumped up case. He was released in 1997. He is... Topics: Geronimo, Black Panther Party, political prisoner, FBI, COINTELPRO, exile, Africa, Tanzania, UAACC
1. Overload with their song 1999 2. Cui Jian with his song Yi Wu Suo You (I have nothing / Nothing to my name) 3. Tang Dynasty 4. Black Panther with their song Don't break my heart Topics: Rock in China, China, Chinese metal, Cui Jian, Overload, Tang Dynasty, Black Panther
Interview with Dominique Stevenson, co-author of "Marshall Laww: The Life and Times of a Baltimore Black Panther." Topics: Marshall Eddie Conway, Dominique Stevenson, Marshall Law, Baltimore, Black Panther Party, Maryland...